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Theme - Autumn

by DiegoAz ST3

Sublime Text theme inspired by autumn colors

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  • Linux 2K
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About

This is a theme and color schemes inspired by autumn colors. It was made with the help of Flatland. It use the Default theme before Sublime Text build 3143, thanks to its creators for allowing me to use it.

Screenshot

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Installation

Like others packages there are several ways to install it.

  1. Via Package Control

    Open “Package Control (Command-Shift-P) and through the option: Package Control:Install Package search for 'Theme - Autumn'. Hit enter to install it.

  2. Via GitHub

    Clone the repo directly into the Sublime packages directory. That folder appear through the Sublime Menu option: Preferences > Browse Packages

    git clone https://github.com/DiegoAz/Theme-Autumn.git
    
  3. Via manual

    3.1. Download theme files

    3.2. Unzip the files. Copy the folder into the Sublime packages directory. Change the folder name to Theme - Autumn.

Activating one of the themes & options

Include the following in the Sublime user settings file. That file appear through the Sublime Menu option: Preferences > Settings - User”

{
    "theme": "Autumn.sublime-theme",
    // "theme": "Autumn - Tolopea.sublime-theme",
    // "theme": "Autumn - Birch.sublime-theme",
    "color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Autumn/Autumn - Peach Orange.tmTheme"

    //options - See screenshot to see the different options 

    "theme_autumn_flat_buttons": true,
    "theme_autumn_orange_folders": true,
    // "theme_autumn_gray_folders": true,
    // "theme_autumn_rose_folders": true,
    "theme_autumn_roboto_font": true, // You need to install Roboto Font and Roboto Font Medium 
  }

Another options to activate the theme are:

  • Using the Preferences menu option and click: Theme…
  • Press Ctrl/⌘ + ⇧ + P to open Command Palette, and search for UI:Select Theme

Color schemes

You can activate one of twelve (12) color schemes from 3 different background colors

Some of them are:

Autumn color schemeTolopea color schemeBirch color scheme

The name of them came from Name that Color or Color Name & Hue. Thanks to its creators

Customizing color schemes

To facilitate changes to the color schemes I have added the .styluscheme files used to generate the color schemes. To do this, make use of PackageResourceViewer to extract this package and CSScheme to generate the color schemes(.tmTheme files). Thanks to its creators

File Icons

If you want to add icons to the different files install A File Icon

Support

Note about Sublime Text 3 (Build 3143+)

Because this theme was referencing images in the Theme - Default that no longer exist I have included the classic Sublime Default theme inside this theme. See this post to get more information.

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License

This package is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License